Over the course of the next few days your voyage travels through the waterways of the infamous Northwest Passage, past the inlets and bays of the islands that line its route and which tell the tales of the first ships to have braved these waters.
As you chart a course through the Northwest Passage, you’ll come to Gjoa Haven, a tiny hamlet in Nunavut. Located above the Arctic Circle in the Kitikmeot Region, this is the only settlement on King William Island and honours Roald Amundsen who spent the winter here with his boat, the Gjoa, and called it ‘the finest little harbour in the world’.
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